Hosted Unified Communications: What You Need to Know to Determine if it is Right for Your Organization

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A true unified communications (UC) solution, integrated with hosted voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) phone service helps improve fluidity of office communication and collaboration. But before decision makers can decide whether or not a hosted unified communications solution is right for their organizations, they must decide whether or not to adopt cloud (hosted) technology. Find out more.

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